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At this age, children's concept of number is influenced by the spatial arrangement of the objects. 3 Conservation of (a), (b), (c) volume, (d) length (After Inhelder 1956) (d) 34 jar contained as much liquid as the first, in other words that the quantity of liquid had not changed as a result of the pouring. 3 (c)), they argued that the quantity of liquid had changed to either less or more than the original quantity, depending on the shape of the vessel. 3 (d) above), they would claim that the two were not of equal length.
They also tended to be warm and loving. (b) Authoritarian-restrictive parents were cooler, more detached, and highly controlling. (c) Authoritative parents, although they firmly enforced rules and demanded high levels of achievement, were warm, rational, and receptive to their children's questions or comments. They seemed to have confidence in themselves as parents. More specifically, Baumrind proposes that the following characteristics of parental style relate to independence and competence in children: (a) Parents who provide a rich early environment, such as interesting toys and rich social interactions, are more likely to have children with good cognitive skills.
1 below, the effect of different fractions of visual acuity is given. 1 Percentage of visual efficiency for various acuity fractions (Borisch 1970) Fraction Efficiency Loss 6/6 6/9 6/12 6/18 6/24 6/36 6/60 100% 91% 84% 70% 58% 41% 20% 0% 9% 16% 30% 42% 59% 80% The visual defects (other than poor visual acuity) most common among young people are nearsightedness* (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism. A nearsighted person sees objects close by clearly, whilst distant objects are blurry.
An Educational Psychology for Schools in Africa by Al Behr, Vi Cherian and TS Mwamwenda (Auth.)